[time-nuts] smallest rubidium

WB6BNQ wb6bnq at cox.net
Mon May 23 04:59:04 EDT 2011


David,

Besides the Symmetricom SA22c unit which can be found here :

http://www.symmetricom.com/products/frequency-references/rubidium-frequency-standard/SA22c/

There is also the Frequency Electronics Inc. unit FE-5650 which is very much the
same size and can be found here :

http://www.frequencyelectronics.com/rb_oscillators.html

The SA22c is .91" high by 3.0x wide and 4.4x long.  In contrast the FEI unit is
1.4" high by 3.03" square.  So take your pick !

The SA22c has additional options that the FEI does not have like external 1pps
sync input for connection to a GPS and RS232 communication port for enhanced data
between the SA22c and your computer.

I guess it depends upon what you need it for.

Bill....WB6BNQ


"Dr. David Kirkby" wrote:

> What's the smallest rubidium source available? Something that can produce a 10
> MHz output - not bothered about locking to GPS, just need it to be small.
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